Due to the ongoing COVID19 pandemic services have been suspended in St Gregory the Great church. This a fluid situation and a notice is shown on the door when no services are being held. Please check the weekly circular for the latest information on services here and at the other churches in the Bridgnorth benefice. We remain a praying community and this church is open during daylight hours for individual private prayer. Visit us online on Facebook where you will find daily acts of worship and prayer. If you wish to speak to a member of the clergy please contact one of the Team Clergy (see Contact Us)

Teas in church for Hall opening

The National Trust opens Morville Hall for two days four times a year, in May, June, July and September. When the Hall is open refreshments (tea, coffee, cold drinks, and a variety of home-made cakes) will normally be served in the beautiful historic setting of St Gregory's Church from 11am until 5pm.

Our visitors always compliment us on the wide range of sumptuous local, homemade cakes, and often return just for the tea and cake!

Come and join us for a cuppa and take a few moments to enjoy the wonderful
atmosphere of St Gregory’s church.

Dates for Hall opening are published on the NT Morville Hall opening times webpage where you can search through future months to find specific dates.

Please note that our ability to provide teas in church is subject to any COVID19
restrictions at the time.